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Korg Pa300 User Manual: Selecting And Playing Styles; Selecting And Playing A Style

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Selecting and playing Styles

Pa300 is an arranger, i.e. a musical instrument providing automatic accompaniments, or arrange-
ments. Each arrangement style is called, as a consequence, a Style.
A Style is made of several Style Elements (Intro, Variation, Fill, Break, Ending), corresponding to the
various sections of a song. By selecting Style Elements, you can make your playing more varied and
When selecting a Style, Sounds, Effects and various configuration parameters for the Style tracks are
also selected. These are called the Style Settings. Four STSs are assigned to the STS buttons. Selecting
a Style also selects the four Pads it contains. Pads are single sounds or single-track patterns, that can
be triggered with the dedicated PAD buttons.
Use the Style controls to start or stop the Style.
Style Select button
Style Elements

Selecting and playing a Style

Touch the Style area in the display. The Style Select window appears.
The selected Style is highlighted.
Touch a Style's name to select it.
Touch one of the side tabs to select a
different Style bank.
Style Controls
Type of Style.
Touch one of the lower tabs to select
a different Style page.
Selecting and playing Styles
Selecting and playing a Style
Hint: You can also open
the Style Select window by
pressing the STYLE button in
the SELECTION section of the
control panel.


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